Antoine-Laurent de Lavoisier was a French nobleman and chemist central to the
18th-century chemical revolution and had a large influence on both the history ...
Historians view Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier as the father of modern chemistry.
Lavoisier was also an eminent physiologist. Lavoisier was born into a wealthy ...
Antoine Lavoisier revolutionized chemistry. He named the elements carbon, ... An
Historical Note on the Conservation of Mass J. Chem. Educ., 1975, 52 (10), ...
Antoine-Laurent LavoisierFrench chemist .... In the canonical history of chemistry
Lavoisier is celebrated as the leader of the 18th-century chemical revolution ...
Law of Conservation of Matter (Antoine Lavoisier). The first ... Lavoisier found that
mass is conserved in a chemical reaction. The total ... History of Chemistry ...
Kids learn about Antoine Lavoisier's biography. He was a ... Prior to his discovery
, scientists throughout history had thought that water was an element. The First ...
Biography and a description of work and its significance, from Eric Weisstein's
World of Scientific Biography.
Gould contemplates the severed head of Lavoisier. ... Gould, S.J., The Passion of
Antoine Lavoisier. Bully for Brontosaurus: Reflections in Natural History .
Antoine Laurent Lavoisier was a French chemist whose persistence in precise
experiments led to the law of conservation of mass. A Parisian aristocrat ...
Lavoisier was known for his experimentation skills. One of his favorite
experiments being turing HgO into Hg+O. He used this experiment to help
himself come ...